43 percent of Yemeni families have been forced to reduce the number of their daily meals due to the country's economic fluctuations, the United Nations (UN) World Food Program (WFP) in Yemen said.

Iran Press/Middle East: "Economic volatility & conflict means that many in Yemen regularly reduce the frequency or size of their meals or parents eat less so they can feed their children," the WFP posted on Twitter.

Experts have said in recent months that Yemeni citizens' purchasing power had declined due to a collapse of the national currency, with more than 900 riyals against the US dollar, reaching its peak last November.

Since March 2015, Saudi Arabia, along with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Sudan, and Egypt, has launched a military invasion of Yemen and land, sea, and air blockade to bring back ousted and fugitive Yemeni President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi.

The Yemeni army and Ansarullah are defending themselves alongside the Yemeni people, and the efforts of international bodies to end the war have failed every time with the sabotage of Saudi Arabia.

The UN has said that the war has led to the worst humanitarian crisis globally, leaving 80 percent of the population dependent on humanitarian aid to survive, and more than 100,000 dead.